Cúinne na Gaeilge 2020

Chun críoch a chur lenár bhfeachtas Seachtain na Gaeilge 2020 thóg foireann William Fry físeáin féiníní nó 'selfies' a thaispeánann an Ghaeilge in úsáid taobh amuigh den oifig. Bainígí taithneamh as 'William Fry Anseo!' 

In the final instalment of our Seachtain na Gaeilge campaign some of our staff recorded selfie videos showing where you can use Irish outside of the office, enjoy 'William Fry Anseo!'. 

 

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Gréasánú as Gaeilge

Seo gluais de théarmaí Gaeilge gur féidir libh a úsáid is sibh ag cruthú caidrimh ghnó. Tá súil againn go mbainfidh sibh triail as ceann nó dhó i rith na bliana!

Is féidir an ghluais a íoslódáil agus a roinnt anseo.

We've translated some handy phrases you can use networking, in the hope that you use the Irish version throughout the year.
                                                     
Click here or on the image to download and share!

  

 

 

Chuir muid agallamh ar June O'Connell mar chuid dár sraith agallamh le haghaidh Seachtain na Gaeilge 2020. D'oibrigh June mar pháirtnéir anseo i William Fry. Bhunaigh sí a gnó féin, 'Skellig Six 18', drioglann gin and fuisce. Iarann Anna Ní Uiginn ar June faoin gcinneadh a rinne sí an dlí a fhágáil agus a gnó féin a bhunú agus faoi thábhacht na Gaeilge ina saol gnó agus ina saol pearsanta.  

Here is June O'Connell in our alumni interview series for Seachtain na Gaeilge 2020, June was a Partner in William Fry before leaving to set up Skellig Six18 Distillery. Anna Ni Uiginn talks to June about her decision to leave law to set up her own business, and the importance of Irish in Skellig  Six18 amongst other things. 

Labhair Marcus Ó Buachalla, Bainisteoir Sinséarach Cumarsáide le Leinster Rugby, lena chara, Bill Ryan, faoin am a chaith sé ag obair le William Fry agus ag bogadh ón dlí go dtí an domhain spórtúla.

Marcus O'Buachalla, Senior Media & Comms Manager for Leinster Rugby and William Fry Alumnus, spoke to his friend on and off the pitch, Bill Ryan, about his time with William Fry and how he moved from Solicitor to the Sports world, how his experience as a Solicitor helps in his career now and how we can all use more Irish in a work place.

Chun tús a chur lenár bhfeachtas Seachtain na Gaeilge 2020, fuair muid cabhair iontach ón gcór atá againn sa chomhlacht (The Scales of Justice) agus tá amhrán as Gaeilge á chanadh acu.

To kick-start our Seachtain na Gaeilge 2020 campaign, the wonderful William Fry choir (Scales of Justice) learned a song in Irish. 

 

Anseo i William Fry, tuigeann muid go bhfuil suim ag an bhfoireann an Ghaeilge a chur chun cinn.  Anuraidh chruthaigh muid físeán d'fhoireann William Fry ag léiriú a gcumas teanga as Gaeilge agus chruthaigh muid gluais de théarmaí corparáideacha gur féidir a úsáid san oifig. Is féidir iad a fheiceáil (anseo)

In 2018, d'úsáid muid Seachtain na Gaeilge le sraith físeán "GDPR as Gaeilge" a chruthú (tá na físeáin ar fáil anseo). 
 
I mbliana, dhírigh muid ar úsáid na Gaeilge taobh amuigh den oifig agus fuair muid cabhair iontach ón gcór atá againn sa chomhlacht - The Scales of Justice – agus tá amhrán as Gaeilge á chanadh acu.  Fuair muid cabhair freisin ó bheirt alumni de chuid William Fry a labhraíonn linn faoin leas a bhaineann siad as an nGaeilge ina ngairmeacha beatha féin. Tá gluais cruthaithe againn arís le téarmaí is féidir úsáid san oifig agus tá ceann eile le téarmaí faoi chaomhnú na timpeallachta freisin.
 
Coinnigh súil ar an leathanach seo!
 
Déan teagmháil linn ag: gaeilge@williamfry.com
 

 

In William Fry, we recognise that there is a genuine interest in promoting the Irish language within the Firm. Using the Seachtain na Gaeilge initiative, we created a 'GDPR as Gaeilge' campaign in 2018 (see it here) and last year recorded a short video with over 20 of our staff showcasing the variance of capability and understanding of the Irish language, and we created an Irish/English glossary of Irish sayings to use in the office (click here to view the full video and download the pdf).

This year, our campaign involves more of our staff showing where you can use Irish outside of the office, the wonderful William Fry choir (Scales of Justice) singing the Cranberries "Dreams" in Irish, some of our alumni talking to us about the benefits of using Irish in their careers and we've created another glossary of environmental phrases.

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Enjoy.


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